Brian Langlinais | Tonight I Might

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Tonight I Might

by Brian Langlinais

Roadhouse Soul
Genre: Blues: Louisiana Blues
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1. Tennessee Hideaway
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2. If the Blues Was Green
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3. I Was a Burden
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4. Soul Searchin'
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5. She's Everything to Me
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6. It Could've Been Worse
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7. Do What's Right
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8. By My Own Hand
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9. Never Give Up
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10. Don't Shoot the Snake in the Bottom of the Boat
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11. Tonight I Might
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12. When I Look into Her Eyes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Brian Langlinais’ 2nd CD – Tonight I Might – reminds us once again that art takes time. It has been four years since his debut CD – Rock & Fire – was released, but the wait was worth it. The 12 songs in the album not only showcase his rich, soulful voice; but they open a window into the heart of a maturing artist reflecting on the joy and pain of life with uncommon honesty. “This CD is closer to who I am,” says Brian, “I’ve been growing up the last four years and I’ve tried to zero in on that. Nothing heavy, but like a lot of people, I’m working on being a better man, a better father.”

The theme that binds the record together is an unwavering commitment to personal responsibility as heard in the album’s beautiful anchor song “By My Own Hand.” But there are no sermons here. “I don’t want to preach,” says Langlinais, “It’s about looking at life a little differently – seeing the glass half full.”

The songs run the gamut of emotions from the fun, up-tempo, swamp rock sounds of “Tennessee Hideaway,” “Don’t Shoot the Snake (In the Bottom of the Boat)” and the 60’s rocker “Do What’s Right;” to poignant and tender love songs like “When I Look Into Her Eyes” and “She’s Everything To Me;” to the spiritually-infused and brutally honest “Soul Searching” and “Could’ve Been Worse.”

With Tonight I Might, Louisiana-born Brian Langlinais has accomplished what few artists realize in a sophomore CD – an authentic musical work in a unique and singular voice. Like a spicy Cajun etouffee each bite has something for the soul.

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